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Bok Choy

Bok Choy

3 min read

It doubles as a vegetable AND a spoon. Bok choy is sometimes called a soup spoon because of the shape of its leaves.
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Red Potatoes - The Healthiest of all Potatoes

Red Potatoes - The Healthiest of all Potatoes

4 min read

Red potatoes have more potassium than a banana!
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Orange Peppers - Although Technically They Are A Fruit!

Orange Peppers - Although Technically They Are A Fruit!

5 min read

All bell peppers start out as green.  Yellow, orange, red, and purple are all stages of ripening, and offer different levels of sweetness.
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Kohlrabi - Don’t let its Unusual Appearance Scare You, it’s Delicious!

Kohlrabi - Don’t let its Unusual Appearance Scare You, it’s Delicious!

4 min read

Its unique name is derived from the German word for cabbage (kohl) and turnip (rabi).
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Grape Tomatoes -  A Fruit Often called a Vegetable

Grape Tomatoes - A Fruit Often called a Vegetable

3 min read

Originally tomatoes were considered poisonous by Europeans. It was thought if you ate a tomato, its poison would turn your blood to acid. Aren’t we glad that turned out to be just a myth?
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Spinach - There is good reason Popeye loves it!

Spinach - There is good reason Popeye loves it!

4 min read

During medieval times, the green pigment extracted from spinach was used as ink for artwork.

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Baby Kale - Don’t let the name fool you it’s still packed with nutrients!

Baby Kale - Don’t let the name fool you it’s still packed with nutrients!

4 min read

Kale has more nutritional value than spinach, and unlike many vegetables, cooking kale doesn’t diminish any of its nutritional benefits
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Celeriac Root – Don’t judge a vegetable by its surface

Celeriac Root – Don’t judge a vegetable by its surface

4 min read

Celeriac is one of the oldest root vegetables in recorded history and despite having a rooted bottom much like a potato, the celery “root” grows above ground!
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